What to Expect ?
A new assessment lasts ~ 45 minutes depending on complexity of the case. The assessment consists of subjective questioning, objective evaluation and patient education about the physiotherapist's diagnosis. Manual therapy, home exercise prescription, taping, electrotherapy modalities, acupuncture and/or dry needling may be applied if seen necessary and patient consent is provided.
Once patients have undergone their first appointment, follow-up sessions may be booked. These usually last ~ 30 minutes (will vary according to complexity of clinical presentation). These consist of re-assessing the clinical findings to monitor progress and application of the intervention plan set in place during the initial assessment. This can include: manual therapy (i.e. joint mobilizations/manipulations/soft tissue release), exercises, acupuncture, dry needling, taping, electrotherapy modalities, ergonomical education, etc.
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